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Glossary of Different Shoe Styles
1. Oxford Shoes – this is a simple shoes with laces. Usually describe as men’s dress shoes. Sneakers and women high heeled pump sometimes considered oxford as long they have laces.
2. Spectator Shoes – are shoes with two or more distinct materials or colors, pinked edging and perforated details usually black and white combination with perforated accents that had been edged by cut with pinking shears.
3. Wingtip Shoes – shoes with a toe cap point at the center. Spreads out toward the sides of the shoes, in a shape that somewhat resembles wings.
4. Ombre Shoes – simply known as “shaded shoes”. Colors are from light to dark, or appear to gradually fade from one color to another.
5. Peep Toes – it has an opening at the end that shows part of the toes, but not the whole toe line, as other open-toed shoes do.
6. Ankle Strap Shoes – it has a single strap or multiple straps that wraps around the ankle.
7. Ballerina Flats – having a flat heel, closed toe, and a slipper-style construction. Typically low-cut, meaning they show a lot of the top of the foot.
8. Clogs - shoes with open backs and closed toes sometimes referred as mules.
9. d’Orsay Pump – the vamp of the shoe is cut away very close to the toe box, and the sides are cut away, revealing the arch of the foot.
10. Espadrilles – with Spanish sense, consist of a woven upper, and a flexible sole typically woven from rope or grass.
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